UpdateWelcomeContentsCalendarArticlesBibliography of Fiction, 1830–36LinksDownloadsHome

A CATALOGUE OF THE
C
ORVEY MICROFICHE EDITION IN ENGLISH

Anthony Mandal

 

GENRE: FICTION/NOVEL

  1. ISBN: 3-628-48747-1 (No of Fiche: 3).
    [SYKES, Henrietta]*.
    Sir William Dorien. A Domestic Story. In Three Volumes. By the Author of Margiana; or, Widdrington Tower. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1812). I 269p; II 252p; III 262p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. CME records author as SYKES, S.
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–10; pp 1–269, [3] adv.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–6; pp 1–252.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–8; pp 1–262.

  2. ISBN: 3-628-48755-2 (No of Fiche: 2).
    SLEATH, [Eleanor].
    The Nocturnal Minstrel; or, the Spirit of the Wood. A Romance. In Two Volumes. By Mrs. Sleath, Author of The Orphan of the Rhine, Who’s the Murderer? Bristol Heiress, &c. &c. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. (Successors to Lane, Newman, and Co.) Leadenhall-Street, 1810). I 208p; II 191p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–12; pp 1–208.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–8; pp 1–191, [1] adv.

  3. ISBN: 3-628-48775-7 (No of Fiche: 4).
    STANHOPE, Lousia Sidney.
    Di Montranzo; or, the Novice of Corpus Domini. A Romance. In Four Volumes. By Louisa Sidney Stanhope. Author of Montbrasil Abbey; The Bandit’s Bride; Striking Likenesses; The Age We Live in, &c. &c. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. (Successors to Lane, Newman, and Co.) Leadenhall-Street, 1810). I 254p; II 228p; III 240p (incom); IV 270p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. Vol III incomplete due to binder’s error.
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–11; pp 1–254, [2] adv.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–6; pp 1–228.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–8; pp 1–240 incom.
    F4; Vol IV; Ch 1–10; pp 1–270, [2] adv.

  4. ISBN: 3-628-48822-2 (No of Fiche: 2).
    WARD, Catherine [George].
    The Daughter of St. Omar. A Novel. In Two Volumes. By Catharine G. Ward. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. (Successors to Lane, Newman, & Co.) Leadenhall-Street, 1810). I 263p; II 214p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–14; pp 1–263, [1] adv.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–8; pp 1–214.

  5. ISBN: 3-628-48843-5 (No of Fiche: 2).
    TURNER, [Margaret].
    Infatuation; or Sketches from Nature. By Mrs. Turner, Author of “Original Poems.” In Two Volumes. (London: Printed for Richard Phillips, Bridge-Street, Blackfriars, 1810). I xii, 262p; II 249p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–23; pp [iii]–[iv] ded, [v]–xii preface, 1–262.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–21; pp 1–249.

  6. ISBN: 3-628-48882-6 (No of Fiche: 3).
    [PECK, Frances].
    The Welch Peasant Boy. A Novel. In Three Volumes. By the Author of The Maid of Avon. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for Lane, Newman, and Co. Leadenhall Street, 1808). I 210p; II 170p; III 173p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–4; pp 1–210.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–8; pp 1–170.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–7; pp 1–173, [1] adv.

  7. ISBN: 3-628-48891-5 (No of Fiche: 3).
    WENTWORTH, Zara.
    The Recluse of Albyn Hall. A Novel. In Three Volumes. By Zara Wentworth. (London: Printed at the Minerva Press for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1819). I 242p; II 258p; III 264p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–14; pp 1–242, [2] adv.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–16; pp 1–258.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–15; pp 1–264.

  8. ISBN: 3-628-48892-X (No of Fiche: 3).
    YOUNG, Maria Julia.
    The Heir of Drumcondra; or, Family Pride. In Three Volumes. By Maria Julia Young, Author of The Summer at Weymouth, The Summer at Brighton, Donalda, Rosemount Castle, East Indian, &c. &c. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. (Successors to Lane, Newman, & Co.) Leadenhall-Street, 1810). I 224p; II [217p]; III 255p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–15; pp [i] ded, 3–224.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–13; pp 1–[217], [2] adv.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–15; pp 1–255, [1] adv.

  9. ISBN: 3-628-48895-8 (No of Fiche: 5).
    [WEST, Jane].
    The Refusal. By the Author of the “Tale of the Times,” “Infidel Father”, &c. (London: Printed fo Longman, Hurst, Reese, and Orme, Paternoster Row, 1810). I 318p; II 385p; III 422p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Introduction’ & 1–8; pp [2] contents, 1–318.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Introductory Chapter’ & 9–21; pp [3] contents, 1–383.
    F3; Vol II; Ch 21 cont; pp 384–385, [2] adv.
    F4; Vol III; Ch ‘Introductory Chapter’ & 22–33; [3] contents, 1–383.
    F5; Vol III; Ch 33 cont–34; pp 384–422.

  10. ISBN: 3-628-48907-5 (No of Fiche: 2).
    ANON.
    Who Can He Be, or Who Is His Father? A Novel, in Two Volumes. By the Author of Two Popular Works, Lately Published. (London: Published by J. Dick, 24, Holywell Street, Strand, (lately Chiswell-Street); and sold by all the Booksellers, 1810). I 228p; II 235p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–23; pp 1–228.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–15; pp [1] adv, 1–235.

  11. ISBN: 3-628-48923-7 (No of Fiche: 2).
    WILKINSON, [Sarah Scudgell].
    Convent of Grey Penitents; or, the Apostate Nun. A Romance in Two Volumes. By Miss Wilkinson. (London: Printed for J. F. Hughes, 38, Berners Street, Oxford Street., 1810). I 198p; II 191p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–13; pp [1] adv, 1–198, [2] adv.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 14–26; pp 1–191.

  12. ISBN: 3-628-48957-1 (No of Fiche: 2).
    ANON.
    The Times. A Novel. In Two Volumes. (London: Printed for Henry Colburn, English and Foreign Public Library, Conduit Street, Bond Street, 1811). I viii, 186p; II 172p. 12mo.
    F1; Vol I; pp [iii–iv] ded, [v]–viii preface, 1–186.
    F2; Vol II; pp 1–172.

  13. ISBN: 3-628-48964-4 (No of Fiche: 3).
    [SMITH, Horatio].
    The Tor Hill. By the Author of “Brambletye House,” “Gaieties and Gravities,” &c. &c. New Edition. In Three Volumes. (London: Henry Colburn, New Burlington Street, 1827). I 310p; II 350p; III 326p. 12mo.
    * [Not 1st edn]. Original edn published by Colburn in 1826.
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–9; pp 1–310.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–10; pp 1–350.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–9 & ‘Conclusion’; pp 1–326.

  14. ISBN: 3-628-48967-9 (No of Fiche: 2).
    WILLIAMS, William Frederick.
    The Witcheries of Craig Isaf. In Two Volumes. By William Frederick Williams, Author of Tales of an Exile, The World We Live in, &c. &c. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for Lane, Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1810). I 272p; II 260p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–7; pp 1–272.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 8–14; pp 1–260.

  15. ISBN: 3-628-48968-7 (No of Fiche: 1).
    WICKENDEN, W[illiam] S.
    Bleddyn; a Welch National Tale, Being the First of a Series. By W. S. Wickenden, the Bard of the Forest, Author of “Count Glarus of Switzerland.” (London: Published for the Author, by C. Chapple, Royal Library, Pall-Mall, 1821). 235p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Ch 1–20 & ‘Conclusion’; pp 1–235, [1] adv.

  16. ISBN: 3-628-48997-0 (No of Fiche: 1).
    S[HELLEY], P[ercy] B[ysshe].
    Zastrozzi, a Romance. By P. B. S. (London: Printed for G. Wilkie and J. Robinson, 57, Paternoster Row, 1810). 252p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Ch 1–17; pp 1–252.

  17. ISBN: 3-628-51083-X (No of Fiche: 1).
    JONES, Evan.
    The Bard; or, the Towers of Morven. A Legendary Tale. By Evan Jones, Royal Navy. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. (Successors to Lane, Newman, and Co.) Leadenhall-Street, 1810). vi, 160p. 12mo.
    * [2nd edn].
    F1; Ch 1–16; pp [v]–vi introd, 1–160.

  18. ISBN: 3-628-54711-3 (No of Fiche: 2).
    SQUIRE, Miss [C].
    Incident and Interest; or, Copies from Nature. By Miss Squire. (London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, Paternoster Row, by J. M’Creery, Black-Horse-Court, 1810). I iv, 275p; II 171p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–13; pp [iii]–iv, 1–275.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–3; pp 1–75.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Wives as They Should Be! A Comedy in Three Acts’; pp 77–171.

 

GENRE: FICTION/TALES

  1. ISBN: 3-628-47380-2 (No of Fiche: 2).
    ANON.
    The Dead Letter Office; and a Tale for the English Farmer’s Fire-Side. By the Author of Corinna of England, Winter in Bath, Eversfield Abbey, Woman of Colour, Banks of the Wye, &c. &c. (London: Printed for B. Crosby and Co. Stationers’-Court, Paternoster-Row, n.d. [1811]). I 262p; II 251p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. CME dates [1820].
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Introduction’; pp [1] contents, 1–16.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Evening the First’; pp 17–56.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Evening the Second’; pp 57–90.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Evening the Third’; pp 91–122.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘A Tale for English Farmers’ Wives and Daughters: Evening the Fourth’, 1–4; pp 123–210.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Evening the Fifth’; pp 211–212.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘A Tale for English Farmers’ Wives and Daughters’, 5; pp 213–262, [2] adv.
    F1; Vol II; Ch ‘A Tale for English Farmers’ Wives and Daughters’, 6–7; pp 1–78.
    F1; Vol II; Ch ‘A Tale for English Farmers’ Wives and Daughters: Evening the Eighth’, 8; pp 79–113.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘A Tale for English Farmers’ Wives and Daughters: Evening the Eighth’, 8 cont–9; pp 114–149.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Evening the Ninth’; pp 150–193.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Evening the Tenth; pp 194–210.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Evening the Eleventh; pp 211–244.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Evening the Twelfth; pp 245–251, [4] adv.

  2. ISBN: 3-628-48538-X (No of Fiche: 4).
    SCOTT, Honoria [pseud?].
    Amatory Tales of Spain, France, Switzerland, and the Mediterranean: Containing The Fair Andalusian; Rosolia of Palermo; and The Maltese Portrait: Interspersed with Pieces of Original Poetry. In Four Volumes. By Honoria Scott, Author of The Winter in Edinburgh, &c. (London: Published by J. Dick, 55, Chiswell Street, and sold by all the Booksellers, 1810). I 235p; II 238p; III 226p; IV 256p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘The Fair Andalusian’, 1–11; pp [i] ‘To the Reader’, 1–235.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘The Fair Andalusian’, 12–17; pp [1] adv, 1–139.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Rosolia of Palermo’, 1–4; pp 141–238, [2] adv.
    F3; Vol III; Ch ‘Rosolia of Palermo’, 5–14; pp [1] adv, 1–190.
    F3; Vol III; Ch ‘The Maltese Portrait’, 1–2; pp 191–226.
    F4; Vol IV; Ch ‘The Maltese Portrait’, 3–15; pp [1] adv, 5–256.

  3. ISBN: 3-628-48673-4 (No of Fiche: 5).
    [SYKES, Henrietta]*.
    Stories of the Four Nations, Containing Montargis, a French Story; My Aunt Patty, an English Story; Lillias de Lara, a Spanish Story; The Calabrian, an Italian Story. In Five Volumes. By the Author of Margiana; Sir William Dorien, &c. &c. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1813). I 270p; II 218p; III 278p; IV 294p; V 296p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. CME records author as SYKES, S.
    F1; Vol I; Ch Introduction to ‘Montargis; or, a French Story’; pp 1–13.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Montargis […]’, 1–8; pp 15–270, [2] adv.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Montargis […]’, 9–10 & ‘Postscript’; pp 1–85.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘My Aunt Patty; or, an English Story’, 1–4; pp 87–218.
    F3; Vol II; Ch ‘My Aunt Patty […]’, 5–10; pp 1–278.
    F4; Vol IV; Ch Introduction to ‘Lillias de Lara; or, a Spanish Story’; pp 1–2.
    F4; Vol IV; Ch ‘Lillias de Lara […]’, 1–10; pp 3–294, [2] adv.
    F5; Vol V; Ch Introduction to ‘The Calabrian; or, an Italian Story’; pp 1–2.
    F5; Vol V; Ch ‘The Calabrian […]’, 1–10; pp 3–296.

  4. ISBN: 3-628-48876-1 (No of Fiche: 4).
    ANWYL, Edward Trevor*.
    Tales of Welsh Society and Scenery. In Two Volumes. (London: Printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, Paternoster-Row, 1827). I vi, 431p; II 393p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. CME records author as ANON.
    F1; Vol I; Ch Introduction; pp vi.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘The Youth of Edward Ellis’; pp 1–270.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘The Cousins’; pp 271–377.
    F2; Vol I; Ch ‘The Cousins’; pp 378–431.
    F3; Vol II; Ch ‘Frederic Anwyl’, 1–11; pp 1–199.
    F3; Vol II; Ch ‘The Prediction’, 1–9; pp 201–387.
    F4; Vol II; Ch ‘The Prediction’, 9 cont; pp 388–393.

  5. ISBN: 3-628-51009-0 (No of Fiche: 2).
    CUMBERLAND, George.
    Original Tales, by George Cumberland. In Two Volumes. (London: Printed and Published by Miller and Pople, 72, Chancery-Lane, 1810). I 257p; II 227p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘The Captive, &c.’; pp 1–257.
    F1; Vol II; Ch ‘Sanga, a Persian Tale’; pp 1–28.
    F1; Vol II; Ch ‘Mosoola, the Fisherman; or the Benefits of Experience’; pp 28–55.
    F1; Vol II; Ch ‘The Hermit without a Beard’; pp 56–94.
    F1; Vol II; Ch ‘Dierberg, the Persian Merchant’; pp 95–110.
    F1; Vol II; Ch ‘The Two Brothers of Girgé’; pp 111–121.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘The Two Brothers of Girgé’; pp 122–128.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘The Travels of Gurstan, a Persian Anecdote’; pp 129–162.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘An African Tale’; pp [163]–179.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Poems’; pp [181]–227.

  6. ISBN: 3-628-52308-7 (No of Fiche: 3).
    [TAYLOR, William (trans)].
    Tales of Yore. In Three Volumes.
    (London: Printed for J. Mawman, 22, Poultry, 1810). I iv, 336p; II iv, 340p; III iv, 345p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; pp [iii]–iv preface.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Sir Trystan and Essylda’; pp 1–133.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘The Female Resurgent’; pp 135–150.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘The Sword, Tyrfing’; pp 151–231.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Fazullah’; pp 233–261.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Josephina’; pp 263–289.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Roshana’; pp 291–328.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Barsisa’; pp 329–336.
    F2; Vol II; pp [iii]–iv preface.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Floris and Blancaflor’; pp 1–57.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Earl Grymur’; pp 59–87.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Sultan Aqschid’; pp 89–106.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Bliomberis’; pp 107–180.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Brachman Padmanaba’; pp 181–204.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Richard Lion-heart and Blondel’; pp 205–215.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Sir Libeo’; pp 217–274.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Baldwin, Count of Flanders’; pp 275–313.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘The Religion of Psammis’; pp 315–340.
    F3; Vol III; pp [iii]–v preface.
    F3; Vol III; Ch ‘Cleomades’; pp 1–46.
    F3; Vol III; Ch ‘Cleomades’; pp 47–166.
    F3; Vol III; Ch ‘A Chronicle of Charlemayne’; pp 167–229.
    F3; Vol III; Ch ‘Koxkox and Kikequetzel’; pp 231–34.

 

GENRE: NON-FICTION/TRAVEL

  1. ISBN: 3-628-51306-5 (No of Fiche: 1).
    GARDINER, Captain Henry.
    The Anglo-American; or, Memoirs of Captain Henry Gardiner. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1813). 249p, ill. 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. Collates in sixes.
    F1; Ch 1–28; pp [iii]–[vi] contents, 3–249; 3 diagrams.

 

Last modified 30 September 1999.
This document is maintained by
Anthony Mandal (Mandal@cf.ac.uk).